The Tigers practiced in a steady rain for just over two hours Wednesday.
The big news out of practice Wednesday was a couple of injuries heading into the Boston College game. Carlton Lewis suffered a broken jaw during practice on Tuesday and had surgery today. He will miss at least the next two games.
Miguel Chavis has a sprained foot and is probable for Saturday’s game. Byron Maxwell’s turf toe in continuing to improve and he should be able to play against the Eagles. Brandon Maye is also expected to return from a calf injury on Saturday.
After practice tomorrow, Clemson departs for Chestnut Hill Friday morning.
The Tigers are looking for their third straight win over Boston College and to improve their season record to 5-3 and 3-2 in the ACC.
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